COVID-19 Event Information
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- Wear a mask in all indoor and outdoor areas on campus. Exceptions include anyone eating or drinking, and anyone under 2 years of age.
- Do your part. Stay apart. Maintain 6' social distancing.
- Wash your hands frequently or use hand sanitizer located throughout facility.
- Screen yourself daily and stay home if you're sick.
Committed to Clean
The following are disinfected throughout the day using VIREX-II hospital grade disinfectants:
- Tables - in classrooms if recently used
- Chairs - consider fabric and back of chairs
- Door handles / crash-bars
- Elevator buttons - inside and outside
- Light switches
- Trash receptacles
- Counter tops / Reception desk
- Handles and handrails
- Desk / house phones / keyboards
- Toilets / Faucets / Sinks
- Container lids for disposal of women's sanitary product
- Soap dispenser handles
- Cabinet handles
- Microphones / lavaliere mics / remote / etc.
Hand Sanitizer Stations
Strategically located along walkways, high traffic areas and in all rooms.
Please complete the Self-Screening Form before coming to campus.
UNF. Better. Stronger.
During the past few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has created extraordinary challenges impacting our daily lives in a myriad of ways. Throughout this difficult time, the University of North Florida community has shown tremendous strength and resiliency and has demonstrated extraordinary courage in navigating this changed landscape. As we prepare for our future, we remain focused on the health and safety of our Osprey community and providing the high-quality academic experience our students expect from UNF. Together, we will emerge as a better, stronger university.
A successful return to campus will depend on all of our personal and collective behaviors and actions. We are one Osprey family, and that means we always look out for each other and support one another in challenging times. It means that each of us must take steps to stay well and persistently keep each other safe, both on campus and in the community. Creating a safe and healthy environment for all Ospreys is a shared responsibility that will include protecting your own health, while also protecting your friends, family, classmates, and colleagues.
- Four Key Pillars of Shared Responsibility: Based on CDC best practices, everyone on campus will be required to (1) practice social distancing, (2) wear a mask in all indoor and outdoor areas at all times, (3) practice proper personal hygiene, and (4) monitor health on a daily basis.